May Updates 2022

From the Deputy

With the many public holidays behind us, our sporting and cultural activities have got back into the full swing of things this month. Our learners have been busy practicing for Eisteddfod which they will be taking part in next month. Our academics are on track in preparation for the Final Assessments for the term which start on the 2nd June for the Grade 7s and 6th June for Gr 4 – 6.

Admission enquiries for Grade 2 – 7 are a constant stream of emails requesting the opportunity for children to gain access to “your prestigious school”, “your school with an excellent reputation”, “your highly esteemed school”. I am proud when I read these quotes and extremely proud of our learners for the good example they set in our community and for their hard work and commitment to all that the school offers.

I am honoured to work with staff who remain enthusiastic and passionate, and I am grateful to our parents who speak positively and promote Farrarmere Primary. A reminder to Grade 7 parents that the Department of Education’s online admissions for Grade 8 open on the 22 July 2022.

~Mr H Grobler~

Past Pupils Success

Congratulations to Kyle Goddard who achieved his Masters in Mechanical Engineering and Matthew Inglis who received a Merit award and second place for Electronic Engineering.


Our girls did extremely well at the St Dominic’s Netball Tournament and our teams all placed in the
final Top 2.

U10A-1st, U10B- 2nd, U/11A-1st,U11B-1st, U12A-1st and U12B-1st

Our U/13 Netball teams represented our school at the St Andrews tournament and had great results
and game time.

Well done to all the girls!

Our Soccer and Netball Teams are participating in the Woodhill Tournament this weekend, good luck
to all the teams, go out and enjoy the day! We are finishing off with our last league games for this week. As we move forward into Term 3 we are excited to see our athletes competing in the following sporting codes, cross country, tennis, hockey and cricket. We know this is going to be a bumper packed term. Our expectations are high, and we cannot wait to see our learners compete out on the sporting field.

Netball vs Southdowns College

  • U/10 Won 5-1
  • U/11 Won 11-2
  • U/12 Won 17-4
  • U/13 Won 13-2

Soccer vs Southdowns College

  • U/10 Won
  • U/11 Won
  • U/12 Won
  • U/13 Won

Netball vs Rynfield Primary

  • U/10 A Won 5-2
  • U/10B Won 14-4
  • U/11 A Won 16-5
  • U/11 B Won 14-1
  • U/12 A Won 23-5
  • U/12 B Won 19-5
  • U/13 A Lost 8-10
  • U/13 B Won 20-0